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Swim Alberta launches 'We Are Ready' campaign

Swim Alberta launches 'We Are Ready' campaign

Even as Airdrie’s youth sports clubs and teams are allowed to hold small-group training sessions again, a local swim club is still grappling with pandemic-related challenges that have made mentoring the city’s young swimmers difficult.
Airdrie Thunder's season officially cancelled

Airdrie Thunder's season officially cancelled

Fans of the Airdrie Techmation Thunder hockey team will have to wait until next fall – at the earliest – to get their junior B fix. On Feb.
Minor hockey season cancelled for Airdrie teams

Minor hockey season cancelled for Airdrie teams

A season that hardly got going in the first place has come to a disappointing end for Airdrie’s competitive minor hockey players. On Feb.
Alberta Summer Games cancelled for second time

Alberta Summer Games cancelled for second time

The Alberta Summer Games have been dealt another hammer blow. Originally scheduled to be held in Lethbridge in July 2020, the Alberta Summer Games were postponed for a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, on Jan.
Indus hockey players protest continued ban on team sports

Indus hockey players protest continued ban on team sports

Members of the Indus Minor Hockey Association (IMHA) gathered at the hamlet’s recreation centre Jan. 26 to protest continued restrictions that prevent team sports from being played in Alberta.
Calgary BMX racer sets 'manual' world record at Airdrie AirPark

Calgary BMX racer sets 'manual' world record at Airdrie AirPark

The Airdrie Air Park played host to a special moment in BMX history last summer. On Aug.
Airdrie curler to compete in national championships

Airdrie curler to compete in national championships

An Airdrie-based curler will have the opportunity to wear Alberta’s colours at this year’s mixed-doubles national championship in Calgary. On Jan.
Bragg Creek's Holloway earns World Juniors silver

Bragg Creek's Holloway earns World Juniors silver

The 2021 International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championship did not go Canada’s way, as the tournament hosts and heavy favourites fell 2-0 in the gold-medal game to the United States on Jan. 5.
West Bragg Creek trails experiencing unprecedented popularity amid pandemic

West Bragg Creek trails experiencing unprecedented popularity amid pandemic

The West Bragg Creek day use area has seen record-breaking attendance this season, according to the association that maintains its trails.
Airdrie Lightning assists seniors with snow removal

Airdrie Lightning assists seniors with snow removal

They may not be able to play their sport of choice right now, but players on the Airdrie Lightning AA U18 hockey team still got an intense workout Dec. 22 – shovelling snow for local seniors.